Published in 1917, Jerry of the Islands was a late addition to London's portfolio and was most likely written during his final sojourn in Hawaii. The plot reads like a transfer of Buck from Call of... More > the Wild over to the South Sea Islands. Jerry, the eponymous hero, is actually a dog through which London examines racism and colonialism. The book is let down in the modern setting by its racist language, but remove that and you have a typically bright Jack London adventure.< Less
Join Janice and Jerry Nickels, the ten-year old twins who live on Riverside Drive, as they travel in time to faraway places, meet interesting strangers and see into the past and future. You may even... More > get a peek into your own past and future . . .< Less
From a diverse background in Computers, Photography and Fine Arts and after many years of learning, I now try to blend all of my skills into a medium that can only be understood as
"Painting... More > with photography on a digital canvas.”
You are about to embark on a visual journey.
Along the way are 60 images, some of my favorite creations from over the last five years. Enjoy!< Less